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GrayDay

   1.12  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  31376
Submitted:  Mar 4 2012
Updated:  Sep 1 2012

Description:

A theme inspired by my earlier work "Adwaita-cupertino" but looking softer contrasts and less "cupertino"

Added gnome-shell theme adapted to GrayDay
The gnome-shell theme is a modification of the nice theme "Ambiance Blue Theme Suite" created by satya164
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ambiance+Blue+Theme+Suite?content=133676

Requirements: Gnome 3.4, GTK3 unico-engine, GTK2 Murrine and Pixmap engines.
Tested in Fedora 17 Gnome 3.4.x and Unity/Ubuntu 12.04

IMPORTANT: Inside the theme folder there is a readme.txt file with some instructions for customizations.
- 6 presets for change the highlight color scheme easily
- 5 styles for nautilus
3 styles to fit gnome 3.4 (gnome-shell) without globalmenu
2 styles specific for unity, to fit gnome 3.4 with globalmenu

- 5 styles for tabs (tabs-themed, tabs-themed-light, tabs-dark, tabs-gray, tabs-classic) see screenshot 3
- 2 styles for unity top panel (default theme and dark)




Changelog:

update 1.12 (2012-09-01)
- Added new buttons to metacity, now there are two options
1. - normal buttons (initial style)
2. - rounded buttons (new style)
To use one style or another, copy file content of metacity_buttons_normal.tar.gz or metacity_buttons_rounded.tar.gz in the folder ../GrayDay/metacity-1 (more details in readme.txt)
- small adjustments to the height of some widgets
- slight variation in the style of the gradients
- redesign in some applications to improve the appearance of the theme
gedit, terminal, nautilus and epiphany now have tabs in a similar safari style (screenshot 2)

update 1.11 (2012-05-30)
Maintenance release
- Fixed Color of some labels in rare circumstances
- Fixed tabs appearance of Epiphany
- GTK2: Fixed progressbar color
- small color correction sidebar
- Added color scheme "wood"
- Changed default tab style

update 1.10 (2012-05-24)
- Fix white font in some selected labels
- improved design of inlinetoolbar ([+-] in open-file dialogs)
- Now you have the opportunity to change the highlight color scheme easily
You only have to edit 1 line in /GrayDay/gtk-3.0/gtk.css
@import url("colors/gtk3-colors-default.css");

and for gtk2, one in the file /GrayDay/gtk-2.0/gtkrc
include "colors/gtk2-colors-default.rc"

Here are some predefined known options:
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- Default: @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-default.css");
- Fedora (blue): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-fedora.css");
- Ubuntu (orange): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-ubuntu.css");
- Mint (green): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-mint.css");
- Graphite: @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-graphite.css"); (recomended with tabs-gray.css)
- Red (try it!): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-red.css");

and similar presets for gtk2

you can learn from the existing presets and create your own! ;)

update 1.03 (2012-05-14)
- IMPORTANT: The theme is now specifically for Gnome 3.4 (NOT INSTALL in Gnome 3.2)
- No more error messages when running applications from the terminal (gnome 3.4)
- Small tweaks in gnome-shell to suit gnome 3.4 (test for now)
- Significant changes in the overall appearance of several widgets (buttons, lists, nautilus pathbar ...)
- Drastic changes in appearance of the tabs (5 styles: tabs-themed, tabs-themed-light, tabs-dark, tabs-gray, tabs-classic). See screenshot 3 and readme.txt !!!

update 1.02 (2012-03-31)
- Small tweaks in gnome-shell
- Fix small bugs
- Refinement check-radio-buttons
- High adaptation to gnome 3.4 ubuntu 12.04 (still a small problem with text tabs color)

Version 1.01 (2012-03-11)
- Added gnome-shell theme
- small tweaks (some bordes, radiobutton a little darker, ...)

Version 1.0 (2012-03-09)
Complete compatibility with Gnome 3.2.1 and unity-ubuntu 11.10

In the next update, attempt completion of unity/ubuntu 12.04




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 Chrome

 
 by manoyth on: Mar 9 2012
 
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When you click a bookmark folder in Chrome, the colour it takes looks ugly.


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 Re: Chrome

 
 by manoyth on: Mar 9 2012
 
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Out of this, it is a great theme


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 Re: Chrome

 
 by trastes on: Mar 9 2012
 
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I'm trying to reproduce the problem to fix, but I can not, can you make a screenshot?


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 Re: Re: Chrome

 
 by manoyth on: Mar 9 2012
 
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https://plus.google.com/photos/113821782016088977065/albums/5718002716836303665/5718002715078609538?hl=el


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 Re: Re: Re: Chrome

 
 by trastes on: Mar 10 2012
 
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What happens is that chrome is not configured to use the gtk theme.

go preferences, select tab personal, in the section to change theme, there are two buttons
- One to select classic theme (blue)
- Another to select/use gtk theme

choose to use gtk theme.

Otherwise, chrome uses the default theme blue


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 gnome-shell theme

 
 by draco23hack on: Mar 11 2012
 
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great work with the g-shell...


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 tooltip background color?

 
 by focmb on: Mar 12 2012
 
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i like your theme :)

but i have 1 question. how can i change the tooltip backgroundcolor? i working with texstudio and there are all tooltips are black with blue font. same in firefox. can i change the color to gray?


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 Re: tooltip background color?

 
 by trastes on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Apparently not a problem of the theme, I suggest
In textStudio:
Menu Options -> Configure textStudio ...
In section: General
Appearance
Style: GTK+
Color Scheme: Classic

and UNCHECK "Ignore most system colors", otherwise, textStudio not take the system default colors

Respect to firefox (v10.0.2), I tested it in openSuse 12.1, Ubuntu 11.10, Fedora 16 and tooltips display correctly, white text on black background (that's the way it is set)


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 Re: Re: tooltip background color?

 
 by focmb on: Mar 12 2012
 
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great. that works. i followed your instructions and buzzinga, problem solved. thanks a lot.


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 Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by freaky on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Hi there,

I really like the theme, but have some serious issues with it. In gnome nor firefox I can't see radio buttons or check boxes, unlike firefox in gnome apps I can see checks in the radio button/checkbox (but don't see the button/box itself thus). In firefox I can't see the checks either making it very difficult to know what is selected.

Any ideas? I don't really want to go back to adwaita (what the heck where they thinking with those huge bars? I'm not blind... widescreens are costing me more vertical space than I'd like already :)).


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 Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by trastes on: Mar 12 2012
 
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By rule out some things:

- What distro do you use?
- In GTK2, Murrine and Pixmap engines are correctly installed?
- Other GTK2 apps show well the radiobuttons and checkboxes?
- The theme is installed in "/usr/share/themes" or in "/home/PersonalFolder/.themes" ?


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 Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by freaky on: Mar 13 2012
 
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I'm on gentoo.

I have it resolved however.

I had it selected as window theme and GTK+ theme, but not as shell theme (couldn't select anything there, gave an exclamation mark too). Turned out to be an issue with gnome-tweak-tool. Now that I have it selected in all 3 places issues are gone.

One does wonder why it didn't show the 'default' checkboxes/radiobuttons then. Perhaps caused by tweak tool too tho'.

Great theme, thanks.


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 Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by freaky on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Oh put it in /usr/share/themes btw.


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 Re: Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by freaky on: Mar 15 2012
 
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I was incorrect, it's only partially solved.

I had switched back to adwaita, as gnome-shell was continuously eating 8% CPU (even w/o any open windows) and moving a terminal screen around with the mouse really fast would easily get it at 100%.

Changing to adwaita didn't help btw :). I changed back to grayday (window theme / shell theme & gtk+ theme) and at that point it worked (didn't logout / back in again). After logging in again firefox was still fine, but the gnome UI's have no checkmark/radio buttons. That is, they don't have the outer thingy (ie the box/circle itself, it does show checkmarks/buttons if it is selected).

The gnome-shell issue appears to have been related to ati-drivers (12.2), running open source radeon drivers now. Both exhibit the same behaviour here.

You can find a screenshot here: http://postimage.org/image/bo7ifi6ed/

One other remark I have is on tabs (gtk3, looks fine in firefox (gtk2?)). The line between tabs seems to be white. If I look at a small angle (really only a small deviation from looking straight at the screen), I can't see the line at all. It might have to do with my screen (15" laptop screen at 1920x1080 (HP EliteBook 8560w)). Mileage will of course vary with other screens. Maybe something to think about (I don't really mind :)).

Other than those, I'd say it's perfect. Thanks for the fantastic theme. They should ditch adwaita and make this the default :).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by trastes on: Mar 15 2012
 
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To rule out a permissions problem, you can reach here?
/usr/share/themes/GrayDay/gtk-3.0/assets/
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/usr/share/themes/GrayDay/gtk-2.0/assets/

and open files .svg with lnkscape or any other graphics program?

especially these .svg
checkbox-checked.svg, checkbox-unchecked.svg, radio-selected.svg and radio-unselected.svg

if you can open, then you have a problem with the theme engine (for some reason does not draw the .svg)
otherwise (you can not open) the problem is permissions


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by trastes on: Mar 15 2012
 
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Viewing your screenshot, I tend towards a theme engine problem, because not drawn correctly the edges of tabs (is just a guess).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Issues with radiobutton/checkboxes

 
 by trastes on: Mar 15 2012
 
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The more I think about your problem, I am increasingly convinced that his problem is the installation of unico-engine (theme engine of GTK3)


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 Be ready for the final version

 
 by thongstele on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Hope you finish the completion of unity/ubuntu 12.04 for this theme as soon as possible.


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 Re: Be ready for the final version

 
 by trastes on: Mar 12 2012
 
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I'm at it, but really it is not easy.
Everything is going very slow due to a complete lack of documentation


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 Re: Re: Be ready for the final version

 
 by thongstele on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Really M satisfied with this theme in Ubuntu 12.04. Everything is ok except for Unity panel in transparent mode (by custom in gtk3.css). I believe you will find the solution to fix.


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 Re: Re: Re: Be ready for the final version

 
 by trastes on: Mar 14 2012
 
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I can not fix that.
That has to be solved in any update of ubuntu 12.04

If I draw a line in a color, and the theme engine draws it from a different, how do I fix that?


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 Re: Re: Re: Be ready for the final version

 
 by trastes on: Mar 14 2012
 
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You have to think that a beta is a beta, not a final version. Ubuntu 12.04 is BETA
There is no software that supports beta versions, may work better or worse, but something always fails.

I think working with beta versions is an user error. Beta versions are for testing (mainly developers) and can not be expected to function as a final version.


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 Gracias!! :)

 
 by ragm83 on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Te felicito es muy buen theme para gnome shell y espero sigas sorprendiendonos... excelente trabajo! 0/


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 Re: Gracias!! :)

 
 by trastes on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Gracias a ti por tus palabras de apoyo :)


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